• James Armstrong, DO

James Armstrong, DO

Thoracic Surgery

General Surgery

Surgical Critical Care

734-427-6590

734.427.6590 |

My philosophy of practice has remained the same throughout my career. I always strive to provide the best possible care to my patients, knowing that they have put their trust in me. I will do everything in our power to help our patients receive the care they need.
  • 5755 Inkster Road
    Garden City, MI 48135
    734.427.6590734.427.6590
    734.427.6846 - fax
    Office Hours

    Board Certification

    American Osteopathic Board of Surgery
    American Osteopathic Board of Surgery (Critical Care)
    American Osteopathic Board of Surgery (Thoracic/Cardio)

    Medical Education

    Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine

    Year Graduated

    1978

    Internship

    Garden City Hospital - General Rotating

    Residency

    Garden City Hospital - General Surgery

    Fellowship

    Ingham Regional Medical Center - Thoracic/Cardiovascular Surgery

    Clinical Interests

    Critical Care, Endovascular Techniques, Wound Care for both Inpatient and Outpatient, and Outpatient Venous Ablation Surgery.

    Hospital Affiliations

    Oakwood Hospital - Wayne

    Gender

    Male

    After Hours Instructions

    Call office: 734-427-6590

    Office Policies

    Mastercard, Visa, Personal Checks

    What To Expect

    Please bring lists of medications taken and proof of insurance along with picture identification.
    Aetna HMO
    Aetna PPO
    Aetna QPOS (Quality POS)
    Auto Insurance
    BCBS BCN (HMO)
    BCBS Blue Choice POS
    BCBS Blue Preferred Plus
    BCBS PPO/Trust
    BCBS Traditional
    Cash Payment
    CIGNA HMO and Network
    CIGNA POS
    CIGNA PPO
    Cofinity (PPOM)
    Commercial Insurances
    DMC Clinic Plan
    Medicaid (Straight)
    Medicaid Molina
    Medicaid Total Healthcare
    Medicare
    Preferred Choices PPO
    Total Health Care HMO
    United Health Care
    Workman`s Compensation

    Peripheral Arterial Disease

    A recent study published in the medical journal The Lancet indicates that the number of people with peripheral artery disease worldwide has risen by 23.5% in the past 10 years. You may not be aware you even have the disease but if left untreated, it can lead to stroke, heart attack – even loss of limbs. Dr. James Armstrong is an Oakwood-affiliated thoracic and general surgeon with offices in Garden City. He'll discuss the signs, symptoms and treatment options for peripheral artery disease.

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